Publication details for Dr Douglas WilsonZadeh, SS., Pahlevanlo, A., Rad, NG., Jalili, M., Singh, RB., Wilczynska, A. De Meester, F. & Wilson, DW. (2011). Can Diet and Lifestyle Factors and Geomagnetic Forces Predispose Aggression? The Open Nutraceuticals Journal 4: 176-179.
- Publication type: Journal papers: academic
- ISSN/ISBN: 1876-3960
- DOI: 10.2174/1876396001104010176
- View online: Online version
- Durham research online: DRO record
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Geomagnetic forces such as solar activity do predict societal unrests. On the other hand, socio-environmental factors including diet, physical and mental activities, tobacco and alcohol consumption predict risks of developing inflammatory degenerative chronic diseases. Socio-political turmoil, possibly extending to terrorism, should seek rest in the prevention of those ramping diseases. Re-balancing tissue omega-6/3 fatty acids through diet, in conjunction with regular practice of meditation, pranayam and yogasan, do improve resistance to chronic ill-health affecting body and mind.At large and term, good physical, mental, spiritual and social health can possibly counteract geomagnetic forces and help avoiding conflicts among populations and subpopulation groups.